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Transition Specialist for TAY 

About the Organization

Interested in Joining our CAPC Family?

At CAPC we are dedicated to the overall well being of children and families. We are dedicated to their protection and health both mental and physical. We are also committed to strengthening the family as a whole. This is what we do!

If you have the passion, CAPC is your place.

Here at the CAPC we know our job can get tough, it can pull at your heartstrings and leave you emotionally exhausted. But we also know that we are making a difference each and every day.

Join our amazing team.

Interested in a profession at the Child Abuse Prevention Council? Have a job you love but would like to give back in your free time? We'd love to meet you!

EOE Statement We are an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law.  

Definition of Classification:

Under general supervision this position functions as a direct link between clients in accordance with the designated funding contract. This position provides intensive Mentoring & Case management services utilizing the Transition to Independence Process (TIP) model which can include but not be limited to any and/or all of the following: Case Management, Coaching, Comprehensive assessments, Referrals to community services, Case plans, Instruction and trainings (one-on-one and in group or classroom settings), Facilitation of workshops, and support groups In addition, this position is responsible for outreach, intake and client management. This position will make home visits and/or visits in the field to clients enrolled in the program and on an average maintain a caseload of 15 clients at any given time.

Description of Duties may include and and/or all of the following:

1. Represent the agency in a consistently professional manner, always modeling a commitment to the agency's Mission and Values.

2. Develop and implement appropriate case plans in a consistent manner appropriate to the individual needs of the clients.

3. Maintain files on a daily basis and assisting with any related statistical and/or evaluation components.

4. Participate in training of TIP Model and incorporate into daily service implementation with clients.

5. Provide intense case management & mentoring to assigned clients.

6. Assume responsibility for case assessments, service/client plans, and reports for each client.

7. Maintain case files and data base programs on a daily basis and assisting with any related statistical and/or evaluation components.

8. Provide concrete activities and education to strengthen the client.

9. Teach problem solving skills to enhance functioning and assist in setting and achieving goals.

10. Coach clients to act as advocates for themselves and their children (when applicable).

11. Establishes trust with families/clients through family centered support and encouragement.

12. Responds to crisis situations when appropriate.

13. Provides training, workshops and support groups to program participants.

14. Have a solid working knowledge of all the rules, regulations, and laws that apply to the contracts.

15. Have a solid working knowledge of strength based case management, trauma informed practices, behavior interventions and therapeutic techniques.

16. Have a basic knowledge of mental illness diagnosis and co-occurring substance abuse disorders.

17. Promote and maintain a sense of teamwork between assigned department and other CAPC staff, BHS, community partner agencies, and other individuals relevant to the successful case management of each case.

18. Network with other community agencies and participate when requested, in community and health fairs and other events designed to promote CAPC programs.

19. Other duties, both program specific and CAPC related, as assigned.

Position Requirements

Minimum Qualifications:


MHS 3: Graduation from an accredited four year college or university with major course in social services, Psychology, Child Development or a closely related field preferred. Education can be replaced with relevant experience.

MHS 4: Completion of AA degree with major coursework in social services, Pyschology, Child Development or related/relevant field.

Experience: Two years of relevant experience working with children and families or social work case management. Bi-lingual desirable.

Knowledge of: The child welfare system, mental illness, childhood & adolescent development, and child abuse issues.

Ability to: Gather and analyze data; organize and write reports, read, understand, interpret and apply pertinent rules and regulations; express oneself clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing; establish and maintain working relationships with others; present oneself professionally.

Technical Skills: Intermediate knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Access, Outlook, PowerPoint, Publisher).

Condition of Employment: Employee shall be required to provide a T.B. clearance (checked every two years), submit fingerprints for Department of Justice Clearance, and provide annually, a DMV record report compliant with the Agency’s liability insurance requirements. Employee must have a car, a valid driver’s license, and proof of automobile insurance. Employee must demonstrate strong interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate with clients and co-workers in a compassionate, non-discriminatory, non-judgmental manner. Position is dependent on continued funding and is an at-will position. Be available to work on evenings and weekends as required by supervisor.

Physical Demands: In order to perform the job duties associated with this position, the employee is regularly required to use his/her hands to finger, handle, grasp objects, tools and/or controls. The ability to talk, sit, stand, walk, and hear well is necessary. The employee may also be required to reach with hands and arms, climb or balance, stoop, kneel, crawl, or crouch. On occasion, the employee may be required to lift and/or move 25 pounds. Visual ability to judge distance, color, focus, and see peripheral objects is also necessary.

Physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by every CAPC employee. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.

Salary $20 Hourly  
Req Number CLI-20-00011  

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